As core real estate pricing climbs past prior peaks in key global gateway cities due to a shortage of supply and strong demand, investors should focus on generating income from quality buildings and tenants.
The final quarter of 2016 marked the pinnacle of a year characterised by political uncertainty and capital market volatility as investors battled with yet another shock election result.
The United States’ Silicon Valley remains the global poster child for tech hubs, but in the past 10 years it has found competition.
Hong Kong and London retained their spots atop the world’s priciest premium office markets while New York replaced Beijing in the third spot.
An increasing office development pipeline is beginning to result in a moderation in rental growth, a situation which will continue into 2017.